Shatavari: Ayurvedic Herb for Women's Health

Written By  Aquib Nawab, BBA

Medically Reviewed By  Dr. Sandeep Madaan, MD (Ayurveda)


Shatavari, an Ayurvedic herb, has been used for centuries to support women's reproductive health. 

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What is Shatavari? 

Shatavari is a member of the asparagus family, commonly used in Ayurvedic medicine for its medicinal properties. 

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Nutritional Content 

Shatavari is a rich source of antioxidants, vitamins, minerals and amino acids, which can help support women's reproductive health. 

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Menstrual Health 

Shatavari can help regulate menstrual cycles and reduce menstrual cramps, thanks to its anti-inflammatory properties. 

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Shatavari can help promote fertility in women by increasing estrogen levels and improving ovarian function. 

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Shatavari can help increase breast milk production in lactating mothers. 

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Digestive Health 

Shatavari can improve digestion and relieve digestive issues such as bloating, constipation and indigestion. 

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Immune System 

Shatavari can boost the immune system, thanks to its high antioxidant content. 

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Stress and Anxiety 

Shatavari can help reduce stress and anxiety levels, thanks to its adaptogenic properties. 

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Shatavari can be consumed in various forms such as capsules, powder, or decoction. Consult a healthcare professional for the right dosage. 

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Shatavari is generally safe but should be avoided by pregnant women and people with certain medical conditions. Consult a healthcare professional before consuming. 

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